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WARDLAW marriages 1842-1920 Victoria Australia

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WARDLAW marriages 1842-1920 Victoria Australia.

WARDLAW (males)


Robert Richardson
married: 1853 Margaret Jane MITCHELL.

Alexander
married: 1860 Eliza Datson SMITH.

John
married: 1863 Mary Ann TOOLEY.

William Richardson
married: 1877 Mary Elizabeth LAST.

John
married: 1878 Martha Spratt WISE.

James
married: 1885 Catherine CALLUM.

Thomas
married: 1888 Mary MULLINS.

William Alfred James
married: 1890 Elizabeth MITCHELL.

James Henry
married: 1891 Frederica Cordelia MARTIN.

Andrew
married: 1895 Louisa Alice SAUNDERS.

John Edwin
married: 1902 Ellen GOLLOP.

Alexander
married: 1910 Beatrice Florence ROBERTS.

James
married: 1916 Olive Marguerite DAVEY.

John Saunders
married: 1920 Brice Vera HOATH.

WARDLAW (females)

Isabella
married: 1842 James WALKER.

Janet
married: 1857 John MCQUEEN.

Margaret Jane
married: 1874 Henry James BALL.

Margaret Emma
married: 1876 Kearns Deane BENNETT.

Agnes Kate
married: 1877 William Orlando TAYLOR.

Annie Reid
married: 1883 John WILLCOX.

Annie
married: 1889 James RAMAGE.

Alice
married: 1894 Francis Edward MASHADO.

Eliza Isabella
married: 1894 Richard DENTON.

Martha Jane
married: 1905 Alfred James Reuben REDPATH.

Elizabeth Watson
married: 1910 Fritz Percy THOMSON.

Rubina Datson
married: 1913 James Joseph TOOMEY.

Ellen Eliza
married: 1918 David William HUTCHINGS.

Frederica Cordelia
married: 1919 James WILSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1920 Alfred James GOUGH.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the WARDLAW lines.

JN 62384

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on 2015-03-26 03:07:38

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Journals are intended to assist new members locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected or advised.

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